Essential Guide to Educational Supervision is a handbook for educational supervisors everywhere. The topics covered are generic to medical education, whatever the specialty. Although the focus is on postgraduate medical education, many of the topics in this book are also applicable to undergraduates.
Essential Guide to Educational Supervision is written for:
Consultants and General Practitioners who work with trainees
People who organise postgraduate training programmes
Written by experts in their field, each chapter gives an overview of key topics in educational supervision with references and further resources. The book provides evidence and theory when applicable, but is deliberately practical, with case studies and tips for good practice as well.
1. How to be an educational supervisor (Carolyn Evans).
2. Personal support and mentoring (Judy McKimm).
3. Dealing with doctors in difficulty (Rosalind Roden).
4. Career planning and advice (Jane Howard and David Clegg).
5. Putting a curriculum into practice (Nicola Cooper and Colin Melville).
6. Teaching and learning (Kirsty Forrest and Sean Williamson).
7. Introducing narrative reflection (Kathy Feest).
8. Assessments and appraisal (Julian Archer).
9. The role of information technology (Sean Smith).
10. Quality assurance (Jonathan Beard and Nicola Cooper).
Appendix 1 Judy McKimm and Rosalind Roden.
Appendix 2 Alastair McGowan.